Question about 1999 Chevrolet Suburban
If this is still pullig to the left, rotate the front tires from side to side and see if either, the pull goes to the right or it stops. There is such a thing as "aggressive tread" which causes a pull even though all the components and geometry is good. The vibration at 60MPH is due to balance. Have the wheels rebalanced and the front wheels swapped while they are doing it. Just the front. This is the diagnostic tool. If they tell you they have never heard of that, go to another shop. Let me know.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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